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In these difficult times, inwi also wishes to contribute through its Dir iddik initiative with the participating associations by helping people in need. 

Thus, Dir iddik will initially support 1,000 destitute families by providing them with basic food products as well as cell phone recharges to meet their connectivity needs. 

Since the last weekend, 8 associations have carried out food distribution operations, which took place in the cities of Al Hoceima, Oujda, Casablanca, Marrakech and Safi. 

230 needy families benefited from the food distributed by these associations. 

How are the food products and cell phone recharges offered by Dir iddik distributed? 

Throughout the year, Dir iddik collaborates with more than 100 associations that are active across Morocco. Some of them, chosen for their experience in social mutual aid, act as contacts and are in charge of identifying the families and preparing the items offered by Dir iddik. 

The food products being distributed are basic necessities that an average Moroccan family can live on for a few weeks, while waiting for things to return to normal. These include flour, oil, sugar, milk, coffee, and tea as well as an inwi recharge, allowing them to easily connect to their family and friends. These might seem like modest donations, but they go a long way towards the main goal of reassuring people during these uncertain times. 

How Can I Participate? 

Dir iddik invites any person or organization wishing to help to contact the associations participating in the operation. You can choose an association from the list on the Dir iddik homepage at 

Spread across several cities in Morocco, these associations are responsible for identifying the beneficiaries and purchasing and distributing the items. 

Can I Contribute Money? 

You can send a food basket to a family by clicking on the “Contribute” button. You will be put directly in contact with the association of your choice to make a payment to their bank account, either in cash (or by money transfer) to a representative of the association or via the inwi Money mobile payment solution, which offers a more speedy and secure transaction. 

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